Making the Transition
Coming to college represents a significant life transition for you, which is why the college hosts Centennial Welcomes, an orientation program that takes place at the beginning of each semester, as well as several events throughout the year to help point your way toward academic and personal success at Centennial. During your orientation, you will connect to your program, school, teachers and fellow students, get your questions answered, reduce your fears about starting college, learn more about your program and how to succeed, have the opportunity to obtain your photo ID, obtain your parking permit and get information about myCentennial.
Meanwhile, at Centennial’s Student Success Fairs, you will learn about the free services we offer, explore volunteer opportunities across campus, and have a chance to engage with the various clubs on campus, or even start one. New initiatives like the dual credential in Leadership, Peer Mentoring and enhanced services in the Library, Athletics and Recreation and the Progress Campus Wellness Centre will also be highlighted.
The transition to college is a challenging one for all students, including those with disabilities. The Centre for Students with Disabilities and Centennial College has many resources to help you. To learn more about these resources, we encourage students with a documented learning disability to attend our START Smart Summer Conference.
Please have a look at the START Smart Brochure for information about our transition program.
But why take our word for it? Experience our campuses for yourself. Tours take place at 2:30 p.m. Book a tour by calling 416-289-5325. Meet the instructors and current students and see why Centennial College is worth exploring.
Take a Tour Today:
- Mondays, Story Arts Centre
- Tuesdays, Ashtonbee Campus
- Wednesdays, Progress Campus
- Thursdays, Morningside Campus